Featured Article
The Defeat of the For the People Act and What Comes Next
The Defeat of the For the People Act and What Comes Next

Last entry I detailed the recent stepped-up attack by Republican-led legislatures on voting rights and the importance of this fight. Here, I plan to detail what precipitated the failing vote in the Senate on the For the People Act and where the fight goes from here. In ...

Read More
Recent Posts
  • The Defeat of the For the People Act and What Comes Next

    Last entry I detailed the recent stepped-up attack by Republican-led legislatures on voting rights and the importance of this fight. Here, I plan to detail what precipitated the failing vote in the ...

    Read More
  • The Attack on Voting Rights

    Alright, folks, this is going to be a little lengthy. In fact, I am going to break this up into two separate posts. There is a lot to cover and I literally cannot think of a more important issue: ...

    Read More
  • Asian and Pacific Americans Refuse to Be Ignored

    There is a lot to celebrate as May was Asian and Pacific American Heritage Month, and on June 12 th we will commemorate the 75 th anniversary of the end of Spanish rule and Philippine independence. ...

    Read More
  • Life Without Parole: What Could That Mean for a Juvenile?

    Beginning in 2005, the United States Supreme Court began to acknowledge what people who study the adolescent brain had known for some time: that juvenile brains are not fully developed. In fact, ...

    Read More
  • The California Asian Pacific American Judges Association (CAPAJA) Hosts Virtual Event

    The California Asian Pacific American Judges Association (CAPAJA) Hosts Virtual Event, “What are Hate Crimes, and What Can AAPI Attorneys Do About Them?” Join Frances-Marie Prizzia and the top Asian ...

    Read More
  • Derek Chauvin Guilty Verdict

    I needed a few days to process the news that Derek Chauvin was convicted of the murder of George Floyd. Like many who dedicate themselves to justice and to the reform of policing in this country, I ...

    Read More